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Cohuna Police Court. TUESDAY, MARCH 31st. (Before Mr. Bartold, P.M., and Mr C. L. King. J.P.). VACCINATION CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

Cohuna Police Court ; TUKSHAY, MAKCH .Mst. (Before Mr. BnrtoUl, P.M., AWL Mr C. h. KinK. J.P.). VACCINATION CASUS. Constable Saniblelx." v. \V, J. M'Counell, for failing to haw his child vaccinated. Fined /-t. Same v. Joseph llipwell, for a simitar offence. Fined , C. R. Osborne, Thomas l'erkins, and Mark Rodwell were similarly charged, and each fined ,£l. Cl'TTlSC TIMDKK WlltOl'T A UCI-N'Si:. George Ilildebrnnd was charged , with having cut trees in the (Inn bower Forest on or about the 2nd February without an authorising license. Inspector Scmmens (Itcn digo") said the proceedings were taken under section .1 of the Forest Act. - The offence was committed on the water frontage at Thomp son's Weir. !.. .1. Dowev, forest ofiicer in charge of the Gunbower I'orest, stated that defendant came to him on the 9lh February for permission to cut sotnc timber. Witness went into the forest to mark them. He then discovered that a number of saplings had been already cut. Ho .ivent to defendant's...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

Easily the Easiest Motor Cycle for the Rider! There are many reasons why the New Hudson Motor Cycle is the easiest to ride-easiest to handle-easiest to control and look after. . . ' Briefly because it is British built-strong in the finest parts can't possibly get rattley. Beautifully sprung-Riving the maximum of comfortable riding over rough roads. Sensibly equipped with handy lever and controls and large roomy footboards. The New Hudson is absolutely reliable. At present we arc selling direct imported machines below city prices. Pleased to demon3trate to intending buyers. 2^t, 3/(5, and 4 h,p" with side cars,1-just imported, John M'Kay & Co The Progressive Stores, Pyramid Hill. JOHN MCKENZIE KING, Cohuna Store and Butter Factory. Autumn Show of Millinery and Costumes. MISS STEWART, Head Milliner, has just-returned from visiting all the WAREHOUSES in MELBOURNE, and has selected a Very Choice Assortment of MILLINERY-Ladies' Hats, in Felts, etc., the Latest and Most Fashionabl...

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The Salt Question at Mead. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

The Salt Question at Mead. The issues arising out of the Premier's visit last week continues to lie the absorbing topics of con versation at Mead. The broad effect of Mr. Watt's pronounce ments lias K-cii to give new heart and hope to many who had lieen sinking into a state of hopeless de spondency. By the majority of the settlers 110 doubt is entertained that Mr. Watt has the problem seriously at heart, and that he in tends to try and effectively solve it. His remarks on the matter after his return to Kerang 011 Thursday. ROCS to confirm this impression. Speaking to a press representative Mr. Watt then said that " as soon as the Premier's Conference was over, the Ministry would cenfer with the delegates appointed by the Mead irrigationists as to a scheme likely to satisfy the settlers. It was his desire to have the work expedited and its completion re duced into as short a time as pos sible." This idea of the of the appoint ment of a local Committee to con fer with, the'.Government...

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ECHUCA STOCK MARKET. March 27th. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

KCHUCA STOCK MARKUT. March 27th. Shackell, White & Co. report: Cattle.-A small yarding, mostly fats, ,or\vard I'or to-day's sale. The attence was good, and butchers having short supplies on hand competed fieely to prices in ad vance of last week's rates. We effected a total clearance. Fat bul locks, prime, /ll 15s; good, £& 18s; inferior, £6 15s; fat cows, aged, prime, £6 7s to £6 15s; fat heifers, prime, light, £6 9s ; fat heifers, small, prime, £5 19s ; heavy grass fed vealers, £4;; aged cows, killable, £3 15s; heifers, l'/i years old, good cotulision, £l 17s. Sheep.-A small yarding, the ma jority trade pens. Competition was brisk for prime lots, which realised full rates; second quality not in such good request. We sold:-Crossbred wethers, good, to 18s 9d; merino wethers, good, to 16s 6d; crossbred ewes, killable, 14s 7d to 15s; n eriiio ewes, prime, 15s lid; do. gcod, 14s; crossbred lambs, prime, light, 14s lis: do, good. 12s 6d ; merino ewes, f.m., heavy in lamb...

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Cohuna Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

Cohuna Progress Associa tion. The usual monthly meeting was held on Wednesday night, Mr C. I L. King, J.P. in the chair. The Secretary (Mr T. J. Cramvell) read a letter from the Postal Department in reference to the Cohuna-Kerang mail service, and stating that the department had determined upon the curtailment of the Kchnea Kerang mail service, which from July next is to run between Column and Kchuca only. There was also to tie an increase of frequency from 3 to 6 times a week for the sjiecial mail service between K(4;.'ing and Cohuna, Mead to be included three times per week each way. A letter was also received from the Department, giving financial particulars for a single circuit all pole new district telejione line between Cohuna and Gun bower. The cost of construction would be lis 2d, and the estimated deficiency in revenue £l 10s 6d. It was considered how ever, that the required revenue would be obtained within the i>er iod prescribed by the reguhitious--8 years-and therefor...

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KERANG PIG MARKET. March 27th. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

KKKAN'C, PIG MAKKKT. March 27tli. I Andrew S. Muir & Co. report having held their usual fortnightly sale of pigs and poultry at their bazaar on the above date, for which a good supply of both fat and afore pigs' came to hand. Prime baconT ers were in strong demand, and sold at prices equal to best late rates, but light weight pigs were a shade easier. Store pi us were in fair demand, but in consequence of the fall in bacon, prices realised were sowewhat lower than of late. We yarded IS fats and 41 stores. Quotations:-Prime baconers £3 14s 6d to £4; light do. £o 5S 6d to £3 l.is; porkers £l 14s 6d to £2 18s; heavy sows £-i 7s to £-1 10s; best feeders £l 2s 6d to £l 6s; others £\ 8s to £l 12s; small pigs, £l to 22s 6d.

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

Personal. The residence of A[r. John M'Donald, " Myall I'nrk," Mend, was the scene of a quiet wedding on Wednesdny, 18th Hit. The contracting parties were Miss Mary M" Donald, eldest daughter of Mr. John M" Donald, and Mr. Donald W. 1'aterson, of " Maribvrnong," Mend. Only the immediate rela tives of bride and bridegroom were present. 'Die bride was supported by her sister. Miss P. M'Dcnald, as bridesmaid. Mr. Hector Pater son acted as best man. The cere mony was performed by the Rev. K. liaker. After light refreshments tli; happy couple left for Mel iKiiiriR'. On their return they will reside at " Maribvrnong." Mead. Mrs. O. H. Gray, sailed from Sydney on Wednesday of last week by the Manuka, en route for Wel lington. Xew Zealand, where she purjioses spending a few months with two sisters who reside there. Mr Arthur Daltou is reported to lie about to Uav.- the Wie Wee Rtip district, of which he is one of the oldest and most respected resi dents, having pitched his camp there liefor...

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BENDIGO PIG MARKET. March 26th. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

IlIiN'DIC.O I'lC MARKKT. March 26th-.1 Mason liros report: A very Ii^ht yardiiiR of pigs for this week's sale. Fat pigs were sparsely iepresensed, whilst stores were forward in much heavier number. The demand for bacon ers and porkers were firm but for store pins buyers were not so keen, and for such values realised were in favor of buyers. Quotations: I!est baconers. £4 5s to £4 lis; medium do. £.1 12s to /.? 17s; lifiht do. £3 4s to £?. 8s; porkers£> lis to ^3; stores £\ to £\ 10s; suck ers and slips 10s to 15s; odd pens to £l 3s.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

Profesi Dr. Nankivell, Has removed to his new residence 'i'1 Channel-street, Cohuna, And in future may be consulted llicrt.*. f«i:nuo\vku visited on Side Pays. IMl. J.W. Christopher, .M.A.c.n., p.d.S., n.w. Univ., T^KSIRES to intimate Ural lie lias ' purchased the practice of Mr A. R. Weflman, of Keraiitf, and may H- consulted for all -las-esof Dental Work, at Mr V.'oilman's | lale prcuiLses^ Welliuiitou-slrcet. (opposite IvxrliuiiKt: Hotel V Kenm;;. | Crown Work a Sp'.-ei:thv Visits Comma every Alternate HVek. " Jas Richards, LL.S Darrislo- and Solicitor, Victoria. Solicitor, i'nicior :md Attorney, N'ew South Wales, ictoria-sircet, Kerauy, next Com mercial. Motel, '1'1-ouc 61.. ami at Swan Hill, 'Phone IS. Visits Cohuna monthly on Sale | ? )avs and on Court Days when re- , ? piired. Koondrook and Harham ! lortnighly, on Tuesdays - Court Days. Trust moneys to I,end. Willan, Colic's, and Willan, ? JFstablislnMl 1852.) Barristers and Solicitors. Victoria street, Keraiii;. opposite Pos...

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REPORT ON NHILL FARM COMPETITIONS. (A. E. V. Richardson, M.A., B.Sc. Agricultural Supermendem, in Victorian "Journal of Agriculture.") [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

REPORT ON NHILL FARM COMPETITIONS. (A. K. V. iticiiimlMHi, M.A., II.Sr. A&neuluirul fc>u]H:nnu'iult.*M, in Victorian "Journal of Agi'i cuiiuro.") Tliw results of tho Nhill farm compe titions in;- UU3 u*o herewith Kiiumii tod, and iiiu opportunity is faueu <?» congratulating tho Nhill Agricultural Society <11 n . achievement HI success fully organising ami carrying out thir teen (eiiM'eutivo annual lanu compe titions. tin: I.Hlitl), i' of mines (_,)!) lor tins your was tho highest i e><sMv*Mi during tlio whole of tho period under reviow. VAM;k ok compkitiions. There can bo no doubt that the farm competitions rouducud l>y tho ftooiety during tho past. tlurt«on years have men product.vo of a vast amount ol' good, not only to tho, individual competitors, and to the fanners ol" tho district, but also these oonipol-iini< havo hnd an mid*ub?ed tnllnivieo --n tho famue* prn«,tw.<< ol tho vlwui. mo t* ui th" S...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

Thanks. I wish to sincerely and publicly thank those gentlemen who so promptly ami generously assisted to extinguish the fire that hroke out on my premises on Thursday morning. \\\ C. HAT,L. Cohuna. 2nd April. 1915.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

For Sale. *?wo good secondhand ABBOTT BUGGIES, nearly new, with hootls. A'so first-class dotiMe A1>1>ott. J. A. DKAKIN, KKRANG CAKKIAC.l- FACTORY. KI-RAXG. MOTOR CAR FOR HIRE, Any Hour. Day or Night. W. E. Peverill, iVivnte Address: ComwA Hotki.. Au*nt(or Famous Ford Cars. Peerless ;tn»l Precision Motor Cycles. Neptune ()i1s. MOTOR AND Cvci.is Rkpaius A Specials. Onus, Separators ami Sewing Machines ii-r urnl, Acces>ork-s stocked. Tyres, i\'uteU\ S.F.Hyde Tor Up-to-date . . COACHPAIXTING. SIGN WRITING, i HOUSK DECORATING, AND i PAPKR HANGING. Alain Street, Cohuna. i:stimati:S G1V1-N. 1 have taken over the Coachpainling Department of Hall's Column Coach building Business, ami all orders et»« busted to hint will receive prompt ami careful Attention. Cooke Brothers, M A C O R X A . Agents for all descriptions of farm machinery, " Beenie " horse and cattle rugs. Send for cata logues. Blackstone New Way Oil Engines. ALSTONS' WINDMILLS. Apply, Cooke Bros., Marcorua, for prices an...

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COMMERCIAL. BALLARAT PIG MARKET. March 18th [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

COMMERCIAL. 1U1.I.ARAT ric MARKET. March 18th Messrs Cooke Bros., agents, Mncornn, report:-The supply as regards numbers and quality was much better than the previous week. There was n keen demand and in n few pens a shade higher prices were made. The top pricc of the market for baconers was £\ lis 6d for Mr Penna, Mr S. Richardson got £a 7s fid, Mrs I,. Wisliart £l Ss, Mrs Mansfield £ \ .Is, T. I'rothers £-\ 6s 6d, and for a rather uneven line of 7 Mr R. Richardson's sold well at 79s each. 507 head were penned, and indica tions point to higher prices.

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GUNBOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

GUNBOWKR. Mr Jiwing, Chief Engineer at tlieCohmia Head Works, left here on Saturday last to take up his residence at Wangaratta. He is being succeeded by Mr Kemp, who recently took up a closer settlement block' at Tongala. A public meeting of the Gun bower Bush Nursing Association is called for April 6th for the election of officers, and for the transaction of general business. A deputation waited upon Mr Cattanach, Chairman of the Water Commission, at Cohuna last week, praying him to allow water to be pumped from the Head Works into the Cockatoo and Gun Lagoons, on behalf of a number of upper Gunbower Island irrigators, whose holdings are reduced to a droughty condition on account of the failure of the usual gravitation supply. Mr Cattanach, , while giving sym pathetic consideration to the peti tion, expressed a fear that the de sired action would l)e impractic able, owing to the present heavy demand upon the pumping plant, and the shortage of supplies. It is felt that the time has...

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CONSTRUCTING THE RAILWAY. LIGHT WORK BY DAY LABOR THE REMAINDER IN SECTIONAL CONTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

CONSTRUCTING THFv RAIL . WAV. - UGHT WORK BY DAY LABOR THIi REMAINDER IN SRC TIONAL CONTRACTS. A meetiuk of the Hlmore-Co huna Railway Trust was lieltl at :stbe-Rochester ShireHall on Thurs day of last ve^k. ' Cr'!Crawford presided, and there were present ers M' Master, Keogli, Doherty, Rankin, Martin and Dobson. and Mr H. T. Downe Csecretary). The only business transacted was the confirmation of the minutes and the appointment of the Bank of New South Wales as bank ers to the Trust. The secretary received a letter from Mr Kernot, Chief Engineer for Railways, stating that, in con nection with the method of carry ing out the building of the new line, the light work on the line will be done by day labor, but that he will be prepared to let sec tions of the work in any amounts to any person or persons willing to take contracts. These contracts will be let on the ground on ap plication, provided J,hey are ap proved. As far as possible the . work will lie given to local resi dents, so th...

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The Cohuna Railway. SERVING THE NOTICES. AN ENERGETIC TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

The Cohuna Railway. , SKRVINO THK NO'l'ICKS. AN KNKUC.KTIC TRIST. , The Klinore-Coluina Railway Trust arc not allowing tin: grass to grow under their feet. On Mon day morning the President of the Trust (Cr Crawford*, accompanied by Cr Matthews, and the Secretary (Mr II. T. l)owne> set out in a motor car to serve the requisite notices to treat for land upon all the landowners through whose pro perty the railway will pass, and by Wednesday afternoon the entire work was completed. Hearing in mind that the Trust is required bv law to serve these said notices upon every individual landowner con cerned, personally wherever pos sible, and in every case on the pro perty itself, this performance speaks eloquently for the energy and en thusiasm licing displayed by the Trust in the performance of its rather exacting and onerous duties. > The Trust is comprised of the members of the Rochester Shire Council, and the personnel is us follows :-Crs John Crawford (chairman), Jas. Matthews and ...

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MEAD. PROPOSED GRADING DEMONSTRATION. GOVERNMENT TO PLANT LUCERNE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

MRAD. t. PROPOSED GRADING DEMONr >... RTRATION. GOVERNMENT TO PI.ANT I.L'CKKNK. I'cr sonic time past the Water Commission has had under con sideration a project for demonstrat ing the principles and precise methods of up-to-date grading for irrigation purposes. Correct invad ing, in fact, is felt to lie at the root of many of the more serious problems underlying intense cul ture, especially in districts where the drainage is imperfect, and where a misapplication of water is fraught with dangerous possibilities. In fact the Commission recognise that much of the grading hitherto prac tised in the irrigation settlements is of a rather crude and unsatisfac tory character, ami prevents the best results being obtained from the use of artificial watering. This is said to be as true of the Cohuna district as of any other. With a view therefore to giving the less skilled and experienced settlers an opportunity of seeing the most ap proved processes of grading em ployed successfully, it li...

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District News. MACORNA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

District News. U'rom our Correspondents.) MACORNA. Mr A. f.ord. in honor of his ap proaching marriage, was enter tained by a few friends at the resi dence of Mr Andrews. Cr. Richard son occupied the chair, and pro posed the toast of "The King," followed Iiv "OurOnest." Messrs MTvor, Cooke and Andrew sup ported, and with musical honors the toast was enthusiastically ac cepted. The toast list was a long one, and was interspersed with vocal and instrumental selections. A very pleasant evening was spent. On the morning of 11th nit., Mr F. Heaurepaire, swimming instruc tor for the Kdtication Department, visited Macorna, and gave an exhi bition of swimming. The school children marched to the baths, and received valuable instruction by a practical illustration of the many strokes in the art of swimming, also the various methods adopted for saving a drowning person. Much interest was taken in the perform ance. A number of the residents vi>it the huths every evening, au<l mixed...

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CRICKET. MEAD V. COHUNA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

CRICKET. MIC AD V. COHl'NA. The second challenge match be tween the above teams came off at Column 011 Saturday. The prophets hail predicted a "cert" for Mead, but the event told a different tale, Cohuna winning by as many as 205 runs to 40. The cause of Mead's failure is set down principally to the fine and deadly bowling of I'rant/. and Dryden, the former of whom took six wickets for 28 runs, and the latter four wickets for 15 runs. Meuck, with 56, was the top scorer for Cohuna, the best batsman for-Mead beinj* V. Lewis, with 11 runs. At the' conclusion of the game the teams adjourned to Krantz's Hotel, where dinner was partaken of. Captain Menck afterwards proposed the health of thfcMcad nien in generous terms, anil the complimcut was duly returned by the Captain C. M'Donald on behalf of the visit ing team. There was a consensus of opinion that a third match was required tc decide the even issue, 'and .'this' it was resolved to play soon after Krister. Scores: MK.UI. Hoskin, b Fr...

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CORRESPONDENCE. COMPUTING CHURCHES AND CO-OPERATIVE SERVICES. (To the Editor of the " Farmers' Weekly"). [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. COMPUTING CHURCH ICS AND co-oi'ICRATIVI-; SERVICES. CTo the Krtitor of the " Farmers' Weekly"). Sir.-Will you allow me a little space in your column* to make a statement in regard to the <li*con tinuance of the Methodi*t *ervices at M'Millan's. The whole position resolved itself into a single proi*>sitiou, namely, that " there were too many service* being held in the M'Millan's district." It has lieeii pointed again and again that our Congregational friend* at Cullen would have a clear field, which naturally would re*'.ilt in a larger congregation, if the Metho dist service held in M'MiSlans school were discontinued. Many of your reader* will know that there is only a distance o? two miles between the two place* where the Methodist and Congregational services are held. With all the facts before me, and with the full approval of my clntrch officer.*, I decided to discontinue my service at M'Millans in favor of the Cullen Congregational Church. I ac quain...

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